RT News - November 24, 2016 (12:00 MSK)

Police use tear gas as anti-NATO demonstrators demand an end to military exercises and attempt to cut a fence to a military base in Sardinia, Italy. It comes as NATO's very existence is called into doubt by a new breed of politicians, while people across the EU question Brussels' new armed unit duplicating the military alliance. French media go on the offensive after surprise gains by conservative hopeful Francois Fillon, who's now just one step away from becoming a presidential candidate. And tensions between Turkey and U.S.-backed Kurds in Syria put the offensive against ISIL's de facto capital Raqqa under threat.